If Hong Kong wants to convince foreign governments to preserve its special status, it must hold onto its core strengths. Photo: Roy IssaIf Hong Kong wants to convince foreign governments to preserve its special status, it must hold onto its core strengths. Photo: Roy Issa
If Hong Kong wants to convince foreign governments to preserve its special status, it must hold onto its core strengths. Photo: Roy Issa
Janet Pau
Opinion

Opinion

Janet Pau

Hong Kong can retain its special status with the US if it cultivates its differences from mainland China

  • Janet Pau says as the trade war and a US report raise questions about how Hong Kong will be treated, it must strengthen its role as a guardian of global norms
  • It is imperative to safeguard and enhance Hong Kong’s rule of law, intellectual property protections, financial market expertise and academic freedom

If Hong Kong wants to convince foreign governments to preserve its special status, it must hold onto its core strengths. Photo: Roy IssaIf Hong Kong wants to convince foreign governments to preserve its special status, it must hold onto its core strengths. Photo: Roy Issa
If Hong Kong wants to convince foreign governments to preserve its special status, it must hold onto its core strengths. Photo: Roy Issa
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